Prepositions after "cede"
cede to, by, because, in or into?
|In 81% of cases cede to is used|
|The island was considered a part of the New York State but in 1692, it was ceded to Massachusetts.|
|Policy may require ceding to pool and terrorism rates are pre-determined as service commissions to insurer are agreed upon.|
|If Congress decided that the president is decidedly exceeding the authority they want to cede to him, they can simply cut him off.|
|Zambia was first colonized by the British South African Company in 1889 but ceded to the British Crown (whereupon it became the colony of Northern Rhodesia) in 1924.|
|In 1780 Cambay was taken by the army of General Goddard, was restored to the Marathas in 1783, and was afterwards ceded to the British by the Peshwa under the treaty of 1803.|
|I firmly believe, but of course can not prove, that every single member of the ' founding fathers ' would look with horror on the degree of liberty we have ceded to government.|
|That would leadership will only be ceded to whichever world power? possibly China or India? is capable of producing better products cheaper than they, in a similarly secure political environment.|
|In 8% of cases cede by is used|
|The city was finally conquered by France under King Louis XIV in 1673 and officially ceded by the 1679 Treaties of Nijmegen.|
|In 1674 Francois Martin founded Pondicherry, the future capital of French India, on a small piece of territory ceded by a native ruler, 85 miles south of Madras.|
|In 4% of cases cede because is used|
|So ' Somaliland ' wants to cede because of fear being dominated?, i think you will find the people of Buuhodle share your sentiment.|
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